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HMS ENDURANCE carries out load lifting operations at an altitude of 5000ft to set up a depot on top on Mount Haddington on 24th January 2007. They aircrew will position barrels of drilling fuel, stores and a skidoo to aid the British Antarctic Survey
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HMS ENDURANCE carries out load lifting operations at an altitude of 5000ft to set up a depot on top on Mount Haddington on 24th January 2007
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HMS ENDURANCE carries out load lifting operations at an altitude of 5000ft to set up a depot on top on Mount Haddington on 24th January 2007
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Flight Observer Lt Scott Simpson lays a marker ready for the load lifting operations at an altitude of 5000ft on 24th January 2007.
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HMS ENDURANCE Carry out several surveying expeditions around the Erubus and Terror Gulf on 24th January 2007
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HMS ENDURANCE Carry out several surveying expeditions around the Erubus and Terror Gulf on 24th January 2007
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HMS ENDURANCE Carry out several surveying expeditions around the Erubus and Terror Gulf on 24th January 2007
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Two Weddell seals take rest on a floating ice berg, pictured in the background is HMS ENDURANCE surveying in around Brown Bluff on the Tabarin Peninsula on 1st March 2007
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HMS ENDURANCE Surveying on the 28th February 2007. The ship is in the Erebus and Terror Gulf in North Eastern Antarctic Peninsular
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Two Weddell seals take rest on a floating ice berg, pictured in the background is HMS ENDURANCE surveying in around Brown Bluff on the Tabarin Peninsula on 1st March 2007
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HMS ENDURANCE ships company take a walk ashore near Brown Bluff on the Tabarin Peninsula on 1st March 2007
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HMS ENDURANCE breaking through the ice North of James Ross Island, the ship is currently transferring scientist to Mount Haddington where they will be carrying out ice drilling for the next 2 months
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